Thursday, February 21, 2013

"Song is the most powerful weapon there is"

9 comments:

Reluctant Pessimist said...

Dear Mr. Pinay: Not truly surprising, but nonetheless revealing of the blunt self-confidence of the enemy when he's sure he's got the goyim by the short and curlies.

Was Cole Porter Jewish, or did he merely fit in neatly with this crowd because of his sexual degeneracy?

Maurice Pinay said...

He had talent, no doubt, as "Gershwin" etc., did. But many others also have talent who don't get anywhere near the culture-molding positions as they did.

Porter's elaborate process of initiation (Worcester Academy, Yale, Scroll and Key, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Harvard Law School, Venetian cavortings, etc.) and anti-christ depravity was probably deemed adequate.

annely said...

Many in the generation that sprouted these people were certainly enamoured of them,but some in my family never forgot for too long where they sprang from.But of course too many did forget and the loss of historical memory is passed on and on. Thanks Maurice Pinay.Your work is invaluable,but you and we are in the shadows.How will the world realize the truth?

LeonG said...

annely

Not until it is too late!

Our Blessed Lady at Akita warned that if sins increased in number and gravity there would be no pardon.

The Vatican has spent 48 years now effectively telling the world you can get to Heaven by any legitimate means. It has also revalidated the Old Covenant. I am not so sure Almighty God is in agreement with this but they have forgotten about Our Blessed Lord's Crucifixion and Resurrection. In any case, this is rather embarrassing because the jews hate Him and the modernist church has made a virtual sacrament out of the holocaust. This is why they accept the judeophile Neo-Catechumenal Way. When you have popes in synagogues, mosques and temples you know the enemy is in occupation and that Almighty God is a step away from divine action - the grace of divine punishment. Are we ready for it?

Anonymous said...

All good Jews go to heaven ??? And jews being the great minority on this earth, spitefully denying Christ. "Are we ready" ? It's still not looking too good for them .

Anonymous said...

Check out Rabbi Praver's Synagogue.
26 flags, 20 in the shape of a circle with 6 inside the circle.
Is gematria involved in this?
Isn't 26 the number for YHVH and doesn't 26 refer to the Renaissance's Squaring of the Circle added to the Square or Cross?

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151224219914753&set=pb.273618814752.-2207520000.1361672989&type=3&theater

Abe said...


Netanyahu thanks pope for deepening Christian-Jewish ties
http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomacy-defense/netanyahu-thanks-pope-for-deepening-christian-jewish-ties.premium-1.504415

Anonymous said...

Netanyahu thanks pope for deepening Christian-Jewish ties
Honduran possible successor to Benedict XVI accused of expressing anti-Semitic views.
By JTA and Reuters | Feb.19, 2013 | 3:02 PM |

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday thanked outgoing Pope Benedict for his efforts to shore up often troubled relations between the Roman Catholic Church and Jews, including with his 2009 visit to the Holy Land.

That trip, in which the German-born Benedict paid respects at Yad Vashem, was seen by many Jews as atoning for his lifting of the excommunication of a bishop who questioned the scale of the Holocaust. On other occasions he visited Auschwitz and the Cologne synagogue.

The pontiff, who will abdicate on February 28, also changed a Latin prayer for Good Friday services by traditionalist Catholics in 2008, deleting a reference to Jews and their "blindness" but still calling for them to accept Jesus.

"In the name of the people of Israel, I would like to thank you for everything you did in your capacity as pope in the name of strengthening ties between Christians and Jews and between the Holy See and the Jewish State," Netanyahu said in a letter to Benedict, a copy of which was circulated to the media.

"I thank you also for bravely defending the values of Judaism and Christianity during your papal term," he wrote.

"I have no doubt that these values, which were so crucial to building the modern world, are no less critical for ensuring a future of security, prosperity and peace."

Meanwhile, in letter to the editor of The Miami Herald, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz said that one of the leading candidates to replace Pope Benedict XVI was an anti-Semite.

Responding to a list published last week that identified Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga of Honduras as the next possible pope, Dershowitz wrote: "He has blamed the Jews for the scandal surrounding the sexual misconduct of priests toward young parishioners! He has argued that the Jews got even with the Catholic Church for its anti-Israel positions by arranging for the media - which they, of course, control, he said - to give disproportionate attention to the Vatican sex scandal. He then compared the Jewish controlled media with Hitler, because they are 'protagonists of what I do not hesitate to define as a persecution against the church.'"

Maradiaga, in a May 2002 interview with the Italian-Catholic publication "30 Giorni," said Jews influenced the media to exploit the controversy regarding sexual abuse by Catholic priests in order to divert attention from the Israeli-Palestinian crisis.

At the time, the Anti-Defamation League expressed outrage at the cardinal's comments. In a later conversation with ADL's national director, Abraham Foxman, Maradiaga apologized and said he never meant for his remarks to be taken as perpetuating an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory about Jewish control of the media, and promised never to say it again.

"The Vatican has rightly called anti-Semitism a sin, and yet an unrepentant sinner is on the short list to become the leader of the Catholic Church," Dershowitz wrote in his letter. "If that were to occur, all of the good work by recent popes in building bridges between the Catholic Church and the Jews would be endangered. This should not be allowed to happen."

Anonymous said...

"At the end of the ceremony, the cardinal wanted to return Jacob’s yarmulke but was asked instead to take it with him to Rome to vote for a new pope next month."

Cardinal Dolan swaps caps with bar-mitzvah boy
http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/mitzvah_boy_capper_AdLHQ2UuGEDPwMWdYjurJP